RSVP is a referral service designed to find meaningful and rewarding volunteer opportunities for people over the age of 55. RSVP is a network of over of 650 volunteers coupled with more than 80 placement organizations that matches a volunteer and his/her skills with an organization that needs help.
RSVP benefits you, the volunteer, by allowing you to continue to use your experience and skills, providing you with a chance to learn something new every day, and giving you the satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference. RSVP strengthens the community by solving problems, meeting needs, and completing projects of non-profit organizations in the community.
Current volunteer opportunities with RSVP include the following: Environment Volunteer, School Volunteer, Ombudsman Volunteer, American Red Cross, Library Assistant, and many more. View a complete list of RSVP stations by name or location.
If you are interested in any of these opportunities or would like more information on RSVP, please call the RSVP office at (814)765-2226 or 1-800-225-8571, or you can get more information mailed to you by sending us the Volunteer Information Request Form.
In honor of the federally recognized September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance, RSVP of Clearfield County supported service activity by honoring individuals who have given their time to serve our country. There is so much to learn from our nation's veterans. Each veteran’s experience is an important part of history that should be passed down to future generations. Please take a moment to read their stories.
American Veterans 2010-2012